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of the hour, here we go. first, ex-penn state assistant coach jerry sandusky heads to court but declines to faces his accusers. >>> even in today's economy, some young people are better off than when their parents were. >>> arrests along the border with mexico, they have plummeted. time to play reporter roulette. susan candiotti, let's begin with you. jerry sandusky waived his right to the preliminary hearing today. do we know why? >> reporter: well, what a day it's been, brooke. imagine 11 witnesses, including at least four alleged victims who would have taken the stand talk about in excruciating detail being molested and raped by jerry sandusky but they didn't have the opportunity to do so because he waited and, why? his lawyers explain that it was a tactical decision on their part, that, in part, because they would not have had an opportunity to try to challenge the credibility of these witnesses while they were on the witness stand because of court rules, then it just wasn't to their advantage. however, they certainly, it's true, miss out on an opportunity to interview these people,
. >>> jerry sandusky, former penn state defensive coach, could have faced all the accusers in court today. instead, sandusky waived his right to today's preliminary hearing pleading not guilty. what does that mean? it means he's going to trial on charges that he sexually abused ten boys. sandusky's attorney explained why. >> one of the main reasons we wanted to have a preliminary hearing and the anticipated of having one is to cross-examine mike mcqueary in the allegations pertaining to number two. prior to today with various statements he allegedly has made -- >> mike mcqueary is the assistant coach who claims he saw sandusky rape a boy in the penn state showers, but according to his reports his account has now changed over time. >>> the army is trying to figure out what caused two helicopters to crash killing four soldiers last night outside of a training area at joint base lewis-mcchord in washington state. now the choppers were observation helicopters. no word on whether they collided or crashed separately. >>> finders keepers, that's the message from iran today about the captured u.s
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interview herman cain's attorney tomorrow night. >>> whether we come back, penn state coach jerry sandusky, complete with shocking new details. daddy, come in the water! [ gnome ] awwwwwwww. i just feel bloody awful. she told tiffany, stephanie, jenny and becky that she was coming to a place like this! but somebody didn't book with travelocity, with 24/7 customer support to help move them to the pool daddy promised! look at me, i'm swimming! ♪ [ gnome ] somebody, get her a pony! [ female announcer ] the travelocity guarantee. if your booking's not right, we'll help make it right, right away. from the price to the room to the trip you'll never roam alone. >>> sandusky is part of the penn state family, we all are and i feel shame. >> interesting comment from a town hall meeting. it comes on the heels of the first lawsuit from a man who claimed to be sexual lay saulted by jerry sandusky more than 100 time as a child and joining me to detail this terrible story is his attorney jeff anderson. he specialized in sex abuse cases. thank you for joining me. this is particularly awful, even by the
>>> good morning. coward. jerry sandusky blasted by an attorney for one of his accusers for backing out of a hearing tied to his child sex abuse case. was it a sign he's hoping for a plea deal? this morning, jerry sandusky's attorney speaks out in a live interview. >>> total ban. a total federal agency push to goan all personal electronic devices behind the wheel nationwide. even hands-free phone calls would be off limits. will it make the road safer, or is the government going too far? >>> and who will it be? a lot of people have made their mark on the world in 2011. but only one can be named "time" magazine's person of the year. we'll reveal the answer, live today, wednesday, december 14th, we'll reveal the answer, live today, wednesday, december 14th, 2011. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> from nbc news, this is "today," with matt lauer and ann curry. live, from studio 1-a in rockefeller plaza. >> and good morning, welcome to "today" on a wednesday morning, i'm matt lauer. >> and i'm ann curry. good morning, everybody. is jerry sandusky's attorney is calling his
to be called. late last night he and the new cocouncil he hired and jerry sandusky decided they would not have today's preliminary hearing. a number of victim his planned to be here. several were in a holding room this morning and at the last minute, it was all called off. the whole thing spanned three minutes. you mentioned one of the victims. i talked to the attorney, a victim via telephone. he said his victim was relieved. he is 24 years old and did not look forward to going into the stomach-churning details and the 23-page grand jury report. he did not want to have to go into that in court that. did not happen. also happened today, jerry sandusky waived the arraignment, that january 11th arraignment. he will not appear there as well. he entered the not guilty plea and will question the jury trial. all of that taking about three minutes. >> craig melvin for us. let's bring in radio talk show host michael smerconish. joining us by phone, prosecutor and candidate for pennsylvania attorney, thank you both. let me start with you on this development. three minutes and this could have been a dram
scandal. jerry sandusky in and out of court in minutes waiving a preliminary hearing and keeping accusers from taking the stand. afterwards we heard a few hints about his defense strategy. joining us now is jerry sandusky's attorney joe amendola. thank you for joining us this morning. >> good morning, carol. thank you. >> i think a lot of people are still confused about why you decided to waive the preliminary hearing. so tell us why. >> the answer is simple. monday night the attorney for the commonwealth contacted me to discuss details about the preliminary hearing. during those conversations i had with him, he indicated he would ask the judge following the preliminary hearing to increase bail. i've always been concerned that jerry might wind up in jail pending his trial, which would really impede our efforts to adequately and properly prepare his defense. it's very difficult to work with a defendant when he's incarcerated. so we began discussions about making concessions. us waiving the preliminary hearing in return from the commonwealth saying to us, guaranteeing, they would not seek i
thing the response was quick. >> lessons learned, right? >> yes. jerry sandusky bails out of jail. but there are big question as but what his wife knew and when about the alleged sexual abuse. we are hearing from her for the first time. >> a pretty stunning statement from her. >> dottie sandusky. >> she is saying none of this happened. standing by her man through awful this. later after the serious headlines we take a lighter look at the heavy christmas sweaters, really ugly ones like the ones in the photo and why these things have become so popular. awe you know you have one. >> i do not. people throw ugly sweater parties. great idea for a holiday party. >> haven't heard of that. >> we need light news today. >> first, virginia tech's campus plunged into panic when the gunman reopened the wounds from the april 2007 massacre. >> looking for answers about what triggered this shooting. mark kelly joins us live from the campus in blacksburg with the very latest on this incident. good morning to you, mark. >> reporter: good morning, rob. we found out here the slain police officer has b
. former penn state coach jerry sandusky is wearing an electronic monitoring bracelet this morning as his wife comes to his defense for the first time. dottie sandusky says all the accusations of sexual assault involving her husband are false. abc's jim avila reports. >> reporter: dottie sandusky left her home to bail out her husband of 45 years. handing over a $50,000 certified check and her house, for the remaining $200,000 in bond. after spending one night in jail, the former football coach is now under house arrest. for many including his accusers, it is not enough. >> i certainly hope that he is not a danger to anybody. but i also know a little bit about the nature of the disease. and it is like an addicting. >> reporter: dottie sandusky made her first comments on the charges against jerry. and now implicate her. a new accuser saying, she was in the house as she screamed for help from her basement. dottie sandusky says, i'm so sad anyone would make such a terrible accusation which is absolutely untrue. no child who ever visited our home was ever forced to stay in our base the and fed
for corruption and sentencing deserved that spot. for number three penn state's jerry sandusky, and american student in italy amanda knox also at number three. first why didn't you put sandusky on your list? >> well, you know what, if cases were based on allegations, then casey anthony would have been convicted. i think the jerry sandusky case is an important case and it's opening up a lot of observation and concern about what goes on in campuses and college campuses and high school. but the bottom line is at this point we have some very outrageous allegations. let's see what happens in 2012. may make the top ten of 2012. right now it's absolutely too early to put on the list. >> but amanda knox instead? >> oh, yeah. >> what stood out for you on that? >> amanda knox i think is very, very important. we read 143-page what's called a motivation by appeals judge and demonstrated unlike american courts how perverted some judicial systems are in terms of safeguards. safeguards meaning the right to cross-examination, the right against self-incrimination. the good news is that the italian appeals co
boy stick his head out of the shower and later jerry sandusky left with a towel on. mcqueary told the grand jury he actually witnessed rasandusky raping a young boy. >> a preliminary hearing expected to begin in the morning. cnn's susan candiotti spoke with the attorney of one of the victims and has a preview of what we can expect in the courtroom. >> ali and christine, good morning. at the preliminary hearing on tuesday we'll get a sneak peek at the prosecutor's case against jerry sandusky. wearing his court-ordered ankle bracelet, jerry sandusky will leave his home tuesday to face his accuser for the first time. a potentially explosive moment in this courtroom, when his alleged victims take the stand outlining dramatic charges ever rape and molestation. >> what do you think the atmosphere will be like in the courtroom? >> i think it will be electric. >> reporter: sandusky is charged with performing oral sex on the teenager known as alleged victim number one more than 20 times in 2007 and 2008. the boy's attorney says the teen is ready to testify. >> how is your client trying to
state scandal is revealing new details. jerry sandusky spoke to "the new york times" in a wide ranging exchanged that stretched over two days. and he denied he ever sexually abused any young boys. >> these ealallegations are fal. i didn't do those things ch. i don't know. >> sandusky was also asked about the interview he did last month on nbc's "rock center." >> are you sexually attracted to young boys, to underage boys? >> am i sexually attracted to underage boys? sexually attracted, you know, i enjoy young people. >> i was sitting there going what in the world is this question? you know, if i say no, i'm not attracted to boys, that's not the truth, because i'm attracted to young people, boys, girls -- >> but not sexually. >> right. i enjoy spending time with young people. i enjoy spending time with people. my two favorite groups are the elderly and the young. >> nbc's national investigator correspondent michael isikoff is live. if the viewers were able to hear the voice coming from off camera, that was his attorney, saying to clarify, not sexually attracted, right. >> right. >> and a
for the very first time, the prosecution's star witness in the child molestation case against jerry sandusky has told what he saw in a penn state locker room in march of 2002 and he's told it in horrifying detail. there is a warning here. mike mcqueary who's now an assistant penn state football coach wasn't testifying against sandusky. this is a preliminary hearing for the penn state officials charged with perjury and failing to report the alleged child sx abu sex abuse that mcqueary reported to them. the hearing continues and we'll talk more about it in our "crime and consequences" segment in 20 minutes. >>> the clock is still ticking toward a midnight deadline to avert a partial government shutdown but the pressure's gone down just a little bit. that's john boehner's way of saying both parties in both houses have agreed on a trillion dollar spending package. now they just have to vote on it. the house will vote first. then start its holiday recess. the senate will vote after that. and will try to agree on extending a payroll tax cut and unemployment benefits. if it does, the house will com
the vote. >>> fallout today from the surprising interview that jerry sandusky gave to the new york times. the former assistant coach denied molesting young boys. many are questioning whether he hurt his defense. he needed help from his lawyer when asked to explain his comments last month to nbc's bob costas who asked sandusky if he was sexually attracted to young boys. >> what in the world is this question? you know, am i going to be -- if i say no, i'm not attracted to boys, that's not the truth because i'm attracted to young people, boys, girls. >> but not sexually. you were attracted -- >> i enjoy -- that's what i was trying -- i enjoy spending time with young people. i enjoy spending time with people. >> joining me now is criminal defense attorney ted simon. a lot of questions swirling in my head right now. but i'll start with this one. why would his attorney allow sandusky to do this extensive four hours, four-hour interview with the new york times? many legal analysts calling this completely an unusual strategy. how is this remotely helpful? >> i would start from the premise that i
deal to avoid shut down now. and penn state coach tells a packed courtroom what he saw jerry sandusky doing with a boy in the locker room showers. good day, i'm andrea mitchell live in washington. in our daily fix today, the republican candidates piled on newt gingrich. but missing from the brawl, mitt romney. is that because he has a super pack and is spending millions of dollars in attack ads to do the job? we have an msnbc contributor and managing editor of post politics. thanks so much for joining us. let's talk about how the second tier candidates at least piled on newt. did they do any damage? >> i think they did. she scored some hits on fannie mae and freddie mac. and the other thing, you mentioned this in the opening. i haven't seen that much written in the report about it. i do think it's interesting. he was very dismissive of her. very dismissive. at the end she said i'm a serious candidate, you need to take me seriously. i think it's always dangerous to be dismissive of the only woman on stage. you know, i think newt gingrich does not view michelle back man as his intellect
. they're conflicting accounts of whether he walked in on former coach jerry sandusky sexually abusing a young boy and what he told people afterward. that's pivotal in today's hearing for two former school officials. they are accused of perjury and failing to report the suspected molestation. susan candiotti is on the story for us in harrisburg, pennsylvania. what are we expecting today? >> well, it should be a very interesting and possibly a very dramatic and frankly exciting day because we might be getting more details from mike mcqueary, who you just talked about. he is in the courthouse, so are the two co-defendants in this case, tim curley and gary schultz, the two penn state officials. mike mcqueary's testimony is very critical for the state making its case. and the state has said this morning, they announced that they will hear testimony from five live witnesses and also from three people whose testimony to the grand jury will be read into the record. and this could last probably half a day. now, what's important about mike mcqueary's testimony is that he's expected to take the
, thanks. >>> pennsylvania today, jerry sandusky waved his right to a preliminary hearing set to take place this morning. his attorney says the former penn state coach is ready to defend himself at trial, calling this the fight of jerry sandusky's life. sandusky, as you might know, faces more than 50, 50, charges of child sexual abuse. sara ganim is a reporter for "patriot news" and she's with us from bellefonte, pennsylvania. why did sandusky decide to wave his right? did he not want to be in the courtroom confronting some of his accusers? >> reporter: john, that's exactly what his attorney said afterwards. after he decided to waive. it was remarkable that in court we were only there about 30 seconds for actual court, you know, testimony. it wasn't even testimony, it was just a couple of seconds for him to say i'm going to waive. but what happened afterwards behind me, joe amendola came down on the courthouse steps and talked to the media for almost three hours, first an hour as a group, then individually for another two hours, and basically laid out his entire case and said, you know, it
untrue. updated grand jury report says she ignored a boy's scream for help as her husband, jerry sandusky, sexually assaulted the boy in sandusky's basement. mrs. sandusky says she's shocked by this allegation and she adds, quote, i continue to believe in jerry's innocence and all the good things that he's done. jerry sandusky, he is out now on bail following his second arrest on new child molestation charges. the former penn state coach is now under house arrest. he's required to wear an electronic monitor. >>> a lot of doubts now being raised about the drone that iran has been parading around on tv. iran claims that it's an american drone shot down over its own territory. some officials in the united states say it could be a fake. cnn's chris lawrence tells us, there is even a bigger question. if the drone is american, what was it doing when it went down? >> reporter: a u.s. official says it was a cia mission strictly to search for insurgents in afghanistan near the border. several sources point out the sentinel is a stealth drone designed to penetrate areas with air defenses. they say
of limitations has expired. former penn state football coach jerry sandusky is out of jail today after posting $250,000 bail. sandusky was arrested at his home yesterday on new charges of child sex abuse. the charges involve two more allege victims bringing the total now to ten. it is believed the victims came in contact with sandusky at his second mile charity. sandusky will be placed under house arrest and will have to wear an electronic monitoring device. >>> attorney general eric holder says gop critics calling for his resignation are just trying to score political points. holder is in the hot seat today testifying before the house judiciary committee. they are investigating possible wrongdoing in a gun sting operation called fast and furious. it allowed illegally purchased firearms to be taken from arizona to drug cartels in mexico. holder calls the operation inexcusable and says the justice department is working to provide all relevant information to investigators. >>> president obama again putting the blame of the country's economic mess squarely on the shoulders of republicans on capit
yesterday. pete williams will have late-breaking details coming up. >>> the wife of jerry sandusky is breaking her silence and coming to her husband's defense. dottie sandusky issued a statement after one of his accusers testified that mrs. sandusky was home during one of the sexual abuse incidents, that he screamed for help, and no one came. dottie sandusky says we don't know why these young men have made these false accusations but we want everyone to know they are untrue. i continue to believe in jerry's innocence and all the good things he has done. try bayer advanced aspirin. it has microparticles so it enters the bloodstream fast and rushes relief to the site of your tough pain. it's proven to relieve pain twice as fast as before. bayer advanced aspirin. this season's hottest games and...sweatbands. ♪ boom, boom, boom, gotta get-get ♪ ♪ boom, boom, boom, gotta get-get ♪ ♪ boom, boom, boom, gotta get-get ♪ ♪ boom, boom, boom it's like looking into the sun. ♪ boom, boom, boom we're rocking the beat, kids! wow. [ male announcer ] get low prices on this season's h
francisco. >>> former penn state football coach jerry sandusky free on $250,000 bail this morning after spending a night in jail. police arrested him wednesday on ten additional charges of molesting children after two new accusers came forward. one of them told the grand jury that sandusky's wife ignored his screams for help while sandusky raped him in the basement. well now dottie sandusky has released a statement denying that saying, as the mother of six children i have been devastated by these accusations and also angry about these false accusations that such a terrible incident ever occurred in my home. she went on to say, i continue to believe in jerry's innocence and all the good things he has done. >>> a republican congresswoman says heads should roll as attorney general eric holder testifies about the botched fast and furious gun-running program. congressman jim sessen brenner grilling the attorney general again over what he knew about the operation and when he knew it. >> what are you going to do to clean up this mess? >> well, first let me make something very clear, and in res
leading to more charges. former football coach jerry sandusky was rearrested and jailed on new sex abuse charges brought by two accusers and sandusky is now out on bail. he had a kind of a weird interview with the new york times in which he talked about his case. after that, and after the bob costas interview on nbc, i'm wondering should he just shut up? is he doing himself any favors by making these media appearances? >> oh, he's really not convincing anyone he's innocent, the strangest interviews. >> not only shut up, no one should give him-- >> he seems happy enough to say, look, i'm kind of guilty, on tv when you listen to him talk. am i attracted to boys, oh, well-- >> if that's not half a confession, what is it? >> unlike former governor corzine, this is a situation the man should listen to his lawyers and shut up, don't speak, don't speak. >> there are jurors who are going to have to hear this case after all. >> i'm telling you, i'm not rooting for him to succeed in beating the rap. >> i'm perfectly happy with a horrible media strategy and anything else. >> when we come back from
jerry sandusky is pleading not guilty to charges he raped young boys. his plea came after he waived his right to the preliminary hearing which means he will be put on trial. he was minutes away from coming face to face with a number of his accusers on the verge of explosive testimony from 11 witnesses who prosecutors say were standing by ready to recount in detail how sandusky allegedly sexually abused some of them of the sandusky said this about his decision. >> stay the course and fight for four quarters and we'll await the opportunity to present our side. >> we couldn't do that today. >> a lot on the line for both sandusky and his alleged victims. keep in mind sandusky faces more than 50 counts involving ten young boys he allegedly targeted over a span of more than 15 years. let's go straight to nancy grace who's been all over this case to try to get a better understanding of all of this. nancy, was this a smart decision by sandusky and his attorney? >> it was a win-win decision. it was a win for the defense joe johns because otherwise they would have had the case laid bear for the p
. >> jerry sandusky is charged with molesting eight boys. >> where were the authorities? >> this is not a case about football, not a case about universities. it's a case about children who have had their innocence stolen from them. >> reporter: a child sex ab cues scandal involving jerry sandusky resulted in the firing of head coach joe paterno and a legacy that was six decades in the making is now in shambles. bernie fine, an assistant basketball coach at syracuse for the past 36 years was fired after allegations emerged that he molested children. in the nfl and nba we saw owners and players fighting over billions of dollars while the rest of the country suffered through economic hardship. and there was tragedy on the race track when indy car driver dan well done was part of a 15-car crash which cost the 33-year-old husband and father of two his life. >>> we also said good-bye to smokin' joe frazier, one of the greatest heavyweight champs of all times. but amidst all the darkness, packers quarterback aaron rogers emerging from the shadow of bread favre to lead green bay
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